This past Monday I had the pleasure of staying at The Fairlane hotel, and let me tell you, this place lives up to the hype! With retro-modern vibes you'll feel like you've been transported to the 60s & 70s era. The Fairlane revived a building that was previously a bank and they did a great job keeping the history of the space in tact, which is beautifully detailed in the architecture and design.
"Located in Nashville’s downtown business and arts district, The Fairlane Hotel is a retro-modern hub that bustles with the city’s contagious energy and
We arrived at the The Fairlane around 10am and enjoyed a grand tour of the place follow by a delicious tasting of the brunch menu at Mile End Delicatessen. This restaurant is best described as the first outpost of this popular and much loved NYC-based brand that serves up all your favorite deli classics, as well as a mean drink. The menu is well priced and portions are generous, I highly recommend this as a brunch or lunch spot. Let me also say, not only can the avocado toast feed a small tribe, it's now made it into the ranking of my Top 10 favorite places to get avo toast in Nashville!
Moving on to my favorite feature of The Fairlane, the Penthouse! Instead of creating another downtown rooftop bar, the hotel decided to do something a little different, create an incredible Penthouse that can be split into East and West Rooms or rented all together as one. This space is perfect for renting out to host parties and events. With a combined 1,800sqft of living space and 2,250sqft of private outdoor terrace that overlooks Nashville, you can throw the most banging party for your guests!
Our stay was in Penthouse East which features a gorgeous hanging fireplace, King Bed, Queen sleeper sofa, wet bar and mini kitchen, guest bathroom, and 1,250 square feet of outdoor terrace and fireplace with ample seating. Still dying over how luxurious this spot is!
In addition to the gorgeous Penthouse, The Fairlane spared no effort in creating equally as fabulous Queen, King, and Suite rentals. I appreciate that The Fairlane is more about quality of experience than quantity of room rentals. They kept the rooms limited to 72 instead of cramming in 100+ (which could have easily been done). They stayed away from the traditional long hotel halls and instead make it feel more like an apartment or condo building, you'll get the vibe it's more of a community than just a place to sleep at night.
Also, how rad are these pink halls!?
"With a playful wink to the past but a clear nod to the future, Fairlane guests step into a true retro-modern experience. With design details harking back to the
60s and 70s."
My stay at The Fairlane was nothing short of luxurious, but also very laid back. Wether you're traveling from out of town or a local wanting a staycation, I suggest to check out this gem. Step back in time and into luxury.
*The Fairlane has a restaurant called Ellington's that is to be completed in June 2018 and a coffee bar called Union Teller that will be completed in late April. I got a peak into both of them and you're going to want to stay tuned!
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